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What’s The FBI Hiding? Chinese Woman Convicted Of Trying To Penetrating Trump’s Famous Property, Mar-a-Lago

Here Is Our Take On This Story, Inserting Our Opinions and Speculation By Elder Patriot – 

Yujing Zhang is facing up to six years in prison after being found guilty of unlawful entry of restricted buildings and making false statements following her arrest by Secret Service agents in April.

At that time, U.S. Magistrate Judge William Matthewman ordered her continued detention after saying:  “It does appear to the court that Ms. Zhang was up to something nefarious when she unlawfully attempted to gain access to Mar-a-Lago”… 

Zhang was carrying multiple electronic devices at the time of her arrest.  Authorities found four cell phones, a laptop computer, USB drives, a thumb drive believed to be full of malware, and a signal detector to check for hidden cameras in Zhang’s possession.

That Zhang has not been charged on espionage charges raises this writer’s concerns that the FBI is hiding something.  

Reuters reported that according to U.S. government sources the FBI claims to be examining whether she has links to Chinese intelligence agencies or political influence operations.

Five months after her arrest and the FBI is still unable to link her to Chinese intelligence? 

It took the FBI less time to build a case, there we believe didn’t exist in reality, against Donald Trump.

Even the reporting by the AP leaves one shaking their heads:

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP)Yujing Zhang’s desire to meet President Donald Trump and his family turned the Chinese businesswoman into an American felon.

A 10-woman, two-man federal jury convicted Zhang on Wednesday of trespassing at the president’s Mar-a-Lago club in March and lying to Secret Service agents. The 33-year-old Shanghai consultant faces up to six years in prison when District Judge Roy Altman sentences her Nov. 22.

Because everytime I have an opportunity to meet someone I want to I always bring along four cell phones, a laptop computer, USB drives, a thumb drive believed to be full of malware, and a signal detector to check for hidden cameras.

Uh, huh. Welcome to Nineteen Eighty Four …

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